Compositional Time Series: An Application
(2008) CODAWORK'08 In Proceedings of CODAWORK'08, The 3rd Compositional Data Analysis Workshop, CD-ROM- Abstract
- The composition of the labour force is an important economic factor for a country. Often the changes in proportions of different groups are of interest. In this paper we study a monthly compositional time series from the Swedish Labour Force Survey from 1994 to 2005. Three models are studied: the ILR-transformed series, the ILR-transformation of the compositional differenced series of order 1, and the ILRtransformation of the compositional differenced series of order 12. For each of the three models a VAR-model is fitted based on the data 1994-2003. We predict the time series 15 steps ahead and calculate 95 % prediction regions. The predictions of the three models are compared with actual values using MAD and MSE and the prediction regions... (More)
- The composition of the labour force is an important economic factor for a country. Often the changes in proportions of different groups are of interest. In this paper we study a monthly compositional time series from the Swedish Labour Force Survey from 1994 to 2005. Three models are studied: the ILR-transformed series, the ILR-transformation of the compositional differenced series of order 1, and the ILRtransformation of the compositional differenced series of order 12. For each of the three models a VAR-model is fitted based on the data 1994-2003. We predict the time series 15 steps ahead and calculate 95 % prediction regions. The predictions of the three models are compared with actual values using MAD and MSE and the prediction regions are compared graphically in a ternary time series plot. We conclude that the first, and simplest, model possesses the best predictive power of the three models. (Less)
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- Bergman, Jakob ^{LU}
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- 2008
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- Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding
- publication status
- published
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- keywords
- ILR, VAR models, ternary time series plot, Compositional time series
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- Proceedings of CODAWORK'08, The 3rd Compositional Data Analysis Workshop, CD-ROM
- editor
- Daunis-i-Estadella, J. and Martín-Fernández, J.A.
- publisher
- Univeristy of Girona, Girona (Spain)
- conference name
- CODAWORK'08
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- 978-84-8458-272-4
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- English
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- yes
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